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bio website gwaldo.blogspot.com
location Capital District, NY
age 35
visits member for 3 years, 10 months
seen Oct 16 at 12:37

I'm a Geek. And stuff.

I'll put more here later. I hope.


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answered adding PATH with SETX or PATHMAN or something else?
Oct
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comment Native alternative to wget in Windows PowerShell?
I just mean that the -Outfile parameter seems extraneous when you could just use > (to overwrite) or >> (to append) to a file.
Aug
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comment Native alternative to wget in Windows PowerShell?
all the elegance of dd...
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comment PC Boots to black screen with mouse cursor
+1 The question is well-asked, just not in the correct site.
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comment Mouse Cursor Corrupted by Adobe Indesign
My initial thought is that you should ask this on SuperUser.
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comment is pfSense suited for my setup?
This question is better suited to SuperUser
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awarded  Yearling
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comment Which virtualization technology for old linux box
Even if the Processor is 64-bit, you may be better off running 32-bit on low-RAM boxes, because a 64-bit OS usually allocates larger blocks for equivalent data structures (int, double, float, string, etc.)
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comment Which virtualization technology for old linux box
The OP didn't state that that was his goal, and I have yet to see a Commodore64 host a virtualized instance of a modern OS, so I fail to see the relevance.
Dec
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comment Which virtualization technology for old linux box
I suppose that it depends on what "useful" means to the individual. Personally, I think he'll spend more time trying to trim his bare-metal install down to the bare minimum (a useful exercise in it's own right) than his stated goal of playing with virtualization.
Dec
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answered Which virtualization technology for old linux box
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awarded  Analytical
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comment vi / vim tutorial recommendations
That is what I have been doing, but I'm looking for the 'tie it all together' bit.
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